Wedding Music Questions That Brides Often Ask
Now that you are engaged, you have likely delved into the wedding planning process. Searching for the best of the best vendors, venues, cuisines, décor, and trying your hardest to find quality inspiration that is also unique. When it comes to your wedding entertainment, there are so many questions to be asked, and so many details to consider.
If you have never helped plan a wedding, or been present for meeting with vendors, hiring your own can be intimidating. When you want the best DJ, it’s crucial to ask the right questions. Do you know what questions to ask your DJ before the big day?
Here at DJ Brock Weddings, we know how important it is to be happy with your wedding entertainment, as well as have all the necessary information. That’s why we have put together a few wedding music questions that brides often ask. If you are planning your own wedding entertainment, be sure to keep reading to learn more:
- Questions about your music options for a church wedding. If you are hosting your wedding day in a church, you may be wondering what music is allowed. There are some churches that require only religious music to be played, while others are perfectly accepting if you don’t choose to play religious music. Your DJ will of course follow these guidelines if need be. However, these answers will need to come from the person running your chosen church.
- Questions about your entrance. This is it. This is the last walk you will take as an unmarried individual. Your grand entrance is an event that should be perfect. When it comes to the music that will play while you walk to the ceremony stage, you may have a few questions. One question may be whether or not you have to use the traditional “Wedding March”. The answer is no. Keep in mind, this is your wedding day, and you can enter to whatever song makes you happy. There are many lovely songs available that would be wonderful for your entrance. Another question often asked is if the bridesmaids must enter to the same song that the bride does. The answer again, is no. They can if you would like them to, but they definitely don’t have to. It’s your wedding ceremony, so what you say goes.
- Questions about dance traditions. There are many dance traditions that will be featured within your reception, such as your first dance, mother/son, and father/daughter dance. Brides and Grooms often forget that this is their big day, and they can choose to honor or incorporate whichever traditions they want. If you or your partner aren’t close to your parents, there is no rule that says you must incorporate a dance for them. This is your wedding day and you don’t have to dance with anyone you don’t want to.
These are just a few of the common questions that engaged couples have pertaining to their wedding entertainment. Hopefully these will help you plan your own wedding music. Wedding planning should not be so draining, that’s why we at DJ Brock Weddings want to help you plan your wedding music with ease. If you are ready to work with a Lake Tahoe wedding DJ, be sure to contact us today.